Panamuna Project, in collaboration with Sustainable Surf Collab, is proud to present Essence of H2O, an exhibition by talented local photographer Brenton de Rooy.
Showcasing his unique take on surf photography, the Essence of H2O will delve into his collection of double exposure surf photography along with other surf and ocean inspired works to share with you his deep connection to the ocean.
Brenton grew up in Forster, a small coastal town on the Mid North Coast of Australia. Spending most of his time in the ocean, it was only a matter of time until he picked up a camera and started shooting images.
Brentons’ approach to his photography is an extension of his laidback, easy going and fun personality, while holding high standards and being a perfectionist when it comes to this art form.
He continues to push his own boundaries by experimenting and developing different abilities, not just through the lens but also in post production. This fine art approach to surf photography is strongly represented in this exhibition.
Opening night is Wednesday 4th April from 6-8pm, with the exhibition on display until the end of the month. Hope to see you there!